Women's Tie Dye Shawls(42 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Women's Tie Dye Shawl Collection designed and crafted for you by talented artisans worldwide.
Featured Reviews on Women's Tie Dye Shawls
I bought this for my granddaughter with the blue eyes. She said Cant wait to rock that scarf at my next fall event. Its absolutely beautiful.
This was a Mother?s Day present for my sister-in-law. Beautifully packed and had a card with the message I chose. Thank you!!!!
Also very nice silk - unlike some silks now on the market. The pattern is beautiful - quite of bit of grey, also - I could not recommend more highly.
Popular Women's Tie Dye Shawls
Natural Indigo Itajime Dyed Diamond Motif Cotton Shawl, "Deep Ocean Breeze"$54.99
Artisans Jacqueline y Mónica of El Salvador handcraft this cotton shawl, which can also be worn as a scarf. The artisans create a pattern of white diamonds on the natural indigo background using the dyeing technique, which is similar to tie-dye except rather than using string or bands, the resist is created by clamping blocks in the desired shape firmly onto the fabric wherever the dye is unwanted. Light and airy, this shawl is a year-round accessory.
Artisan Crafted Cotton Blend Shibori-Dyed Shawl from India, "Indigo Pinwheels"$59.99
Orderly squares host elongated diamonds to suggest pinwheels in motion. Shahin Akhtar works in the ancient art of a tie-dying technique that originated in Japan. The colors derive from natural indigo, and golden threads accentuate the borders of the cotton and silk blend shawl.
Hand Woven Red Pink and Yellow Tie Dyed Silk Shawl, "Mekong River"$47.99
Thai artisan Vinita crafts a silk shawl using tie-dye techniques that create patterns reminiscent of ripples in water. Hand-dyed in red, pink, and yellow, the shawl is woven by hand from naturally coarse "bark" silk or raw silk for rich texture. The wrap makes a one-of-a-kind accessory that is sure to get noticed.
Colorful Tie-Dyed Wool Shawl from India, "Vibrant Splash"$39.99
Splashes of yellow, pink, and purple decorate this patterned wool shawl from India, designed by Madhumita Sarkar Guha. The abstract motifs are applied using a clamp dyeing technique, which produces a tie-dyed aesthetic. Petite fringes complete the shawl at each end.